Do you want to write a novel?
Do you want to stop saying, "I'm going to write a novel" and start saying, "I wrote a novel?"
Can you imagine yourself five months from now with a complete draft of your novel?
Then the Novel Writing Master Class Series is for you.
If you're here, chances are you've been dreaming of writing a novel for quite some time. Maybe you've written a chapter or two, had a few false starts, made an outline, or abandoned your novel halfway through. Or maybe you haven't even started yet, because the idea seems too daunting.
If so, it's time to commit to your novel, invest in yourself, and enroll in the Novel Writing Master Class Series: Because the only person who can write your unique story is YOU.
IMAGINE THIS: In just five months, you'll have a complete draft of a novel. Not just a few random chapters or the seed of an idea, but an ACTUAL DRAFT OF YOUR NOVEL. You'll also learn the ins and outs of publishing in the digital age and take practical steps toward publication.
It can happen! You just need to take the leap, trust your vision, and get started. That's what the Novel Writing Master Class Series is all about.
When you enroll in the series, you'll get the following courses:
The total value of these four courses is $446
With the Novel Writing Master Class bundle, you get all three courses, plus the Publishing Boot Camp, for just $249, a savings of $197.
The 23 comprehensive modules cover every aspect of novel writing. You'll learn how to write an unputdownable opening chapter, create compelling characters, structure and pace your novel, write authentic dialogue, create a dynamic story chart, write a final chapter that leaves your readers thinking (and talking) about your novel, and more.
In the popular 8-week course Plotting the Novel, you'll discover how to plot a novel that readers (and literary agents) can't put down.
Finally, in the Publishing Boot Camp, you'll learn how to talk the language of publishing. You'll learn about agents and editors and how to get them, how to choose between traditional and independent publishing and other outlets, how to increase your chances of publication, how to prepare your manuscript for publication, what you need to know about copyright, and more.
You will work at your own pace. Weekly assignments will help you get the words on the page, and discussion boards will help you stay inspired.
You will have access to all content for one full year from the date of enrollment. That includes video and written lectures, assignments, and discussion forums.
The Novel Writing Master Class Series is recommended for anyone who wants to learn the art and craft of novel writing. It is suitable for you if you have a novel-in-progress, or if you want to begin writing a novel. It is also a great fit for anyone who has tried to write a novel but stalled at some point in the process.
Imagine yourself with a completed draft, on the road to finding an agent and publisher. Instead of saying, "I want to write a novel," you can finally say, "I wrote a novel." Imagine saying, "I'm a writer," and meaning it, and having something to show for it.
Why wait? Enroll now, and get your novel out of your head and onto the page.
Because the only person who can write your story is you!
Michelle Richmond is the author of five novels, including the New York Times bestseller The Year of Fog, and two award-winning story collections. Her books have been sold in 28 languages. She has taught in the MFA programs in creative writing at the University of San Francisco, California College of the Arts, St. Mary's College of Moraga, Bowling Green State University, and Notre Dame de Namur University, where she held the Catherine Julie Cunningham Chair. She has also taught novel writing online for Stanford Continuing Studies. She earned an MFA in Creative Writing from the University of Miami, where she was a James Michener Fellow. She is the founder and publisher of Fiction Attic Press.
Michelle's articles on narrative craft have appeared in The Writer's Chronicle, Writer's Digest, and Glimmer Train's newsletter for writers, and her essays about literature have appeared in The Believer and Oxford American. Her stories and essays have also appeared in Glimmer Train, The Kenyon Review, The Missouri Review, The Telegraph, The Guardian, Lonely Planet, and many other magazines, newspapers, and anthologies.